As our Coordinator ICT Risk and Compliance, you’ll be responsible for assessing the ICT risks and compliance across, contracts, projects and processes. This role provides a great range of opportunities from process improvements, risk management and cyber security assessments.

Key responsibilities include:

• Perform comprehensive ICT risk assessments for new technology projects, processes, and third-party services used by ICT.
• Analyse potential risks, vulnerabilities, and impacts, providing recommendations for risk mitigation and control measures.
• Develop and promote ICT security and risk awareness initiatives for staff members across the organisation.
• Conduct training sessions to enhance the organisation's overall security posture and cultivate a culture of risk awareness.
• Develop, maintain, and update ICT risk and security policies, standards, and processes in alignment with industry best practices and regulatory requirements.
• Ensure that policies are communicated effectively and adhered to across the organisation.
• Maintain an up-to-date ICT risk register, documenting identified risks, create remediation plans and tracking mitigation actions.
• Regularly report on the status of the ICT risk register to stakeholders and recommend adjustments as needed.
• Coordinate both external and internal audits related to ICT risk and compliance.
• Collaborate with audit teams to address findings and implement corrective actions promptly.
• Provide weekly reports on team performance to the ICT Manager, highlighting key achievements, challenges, and ongoing initiatives.
• Ensure transparency and accountability in reporting metrics related to ICT risk and compliance activities.
• Assist the ICT Manager in the continual development and implementation of the strategic vision for the ICT department.
• Contribute to the evolution of risk management and cybersecurity strategies, aligning them with organisational goals.
• Collaborate with the ICT Manager to enhance cybersecurity measures, ensuring the organisation is resilient against cyber threats.
• Monitor O365 security compliance and utilise the CrowdStrike dashboard for proactive threat detection and response.
• Establish and maintain a robust system for monitoring and ensuring compliance with ICT risk management policies and procedures.

Who we are Looking for:

To be considered for this position, you will need:

• Tertiary qualifications relevant to Information Technology / Compliance / Risk or a similar discipline, with 5 plus years relevant experience.
• Demonstrated knowledge of Information Technology practices and principles.
• High level communication skills, negotiation and conflict resolution skills and interpersonal skills including ability to liaise effectively and confidently with internal and external customers.
• Strong administrative, planning, and organisational skills with the ability to work to deadlines across a number of projects simultaneously with excellent attention to detail.
• Proficient in conducting comprehensive risk assessments and developing effective risk mitigation strategies to safeguard organisational assets.
• Experience in coordinating both internal and external audits, with the ability to collaborate with audit teams and implement corrective actions to address findings.
• Familiarity with maintaining and updating an ICT risk register, including the ability to prioritise and monitor risk mitigation actions to manage and reduce overall risk exposure.
• Capacity to assist in the continual development and implementation of the strategic vision for the ICT department, contributing to the alignment of risk management and cybersecurity strategies with organisational goals.
• Knowledge of Local Government procedures and practices.
• Current satisfactory National Police Clearance
• Current WA “C” Class driver’s license.

Salary and Benefits

Remuneration will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. 
Salary ranges between $119,542 to $129,421

Contact Information

If you would like to find out more about this employment opportunity with the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, an employer of choice, please contact People and Culture at (08) 9021 9600.

How to Apply

The City only accepts applications submitted via our website. Applications must address the Skills, Knowledge and Capacity section in the Position Description and include both a Resume and Cover Letter.



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City Of Kalgoorlie-Boulder,Western Australia,Australia

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